Total number of students expelled from university has reached 122
Police were never subject to military trials in first place, experts say
Court postpones Wadi El Natroun prison to 10 January
Students vow to escalate protests against crackdown
Sanaa Seif, Yara Sallam, 20 others were protesting against controversial Protest Law
Organisations will be allowed to monitor all procedures for listing candidates, distributing electoral propaganda, casting votes, counting votes and declaring results.
Ramadan accuses US Government of neglect and not fighting dictatorial governments
President of Syrian Coalition discussed upcoming dialogue and Syrian refugees during Cairo visit
Defendants were arrested for defying Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving
Foreign ministry says militia violence threatens to undermine UN efforts to broker political compromise
Presidency, Ministry of Defence officials purportedly seek to influence Abu Zaabal police van case
No price increase for oil products and the decision is up to the next People’s Assembly
Finance Ministry pays 50% of monthly electricity bill the Electricity Ministry consumes due to an agreement made between three ministries
Ministry of Housing has begun allocating 13,000 housing units to the beneficiaries of first stage of housing project
Securities industry representatives strongly criticised the tax, describing it as punishment for investors looking to diversify portfolios
Al-Nour Company for Dairy Product offers EGP 58 per share
General Authority for Industrial and Mining Projects to finish seven logistical areas in Q1 2015: OfficialAbdel Razek Al-Shuwekhi
Authority aims to establish 13 industrial areas to achieve fair investments distribution between governorates during coming months
We are taking advantage of a new round of investment by expanding to the Gulf, says Batrawi
TE’s revenue amounted to EGP 9.1bn during the first nine months of 2014, compared to EGP8.3bn for the same period last year, according to a company ...
ITIDA and IBM launch 2nd phase of joint-initiative to help telecom SMEs enter new markets
Lenovo spends $3bn globally per year in research and development, says CEO YasserShaheen
2014 figures targeted 20% growth, but company reached only a “not acceptable” 10%, says distribution sales manager
A question popped into a group of friends’ minds and they decided to see the answer for themselves: “What if Spiderman landed in Egypt?!”
Om Heba follows in her husband’s path and doesn’t believe in equality between women and men in work
The camp attempts to provide a platform for young Egyptians to communicate their understanding of the term Social Justice
For the first time in the region, the service gives film and TV series lovers access to a variety of media for a monthly subscription of ...
95% of women between 18-28 suffered from verbal, physical harassment in the street, 52% think the way they’re dressed is reason
In celebration of Global Hand Washing Day, "Lifebuoy" soap brand launches a National Hand Washing Campaign to raise awareness on the importance of hygiene
Controversy between Ministry of Culture and critics regarding main reason behind the ban
From working as a butcher’s boy while studying for his PhD, to being Mubarak’s foreign affairs advisor
Tattoo artists in Egypt speak about their experience working in the country
Antiquities official Youssef Khalifa confirmed that the government currently owns the palace and the heirs were compensated.
Indian government spends over $100m on ministry’s scientific research
Five young photographers with plenty of promise showcase their work
The Endowments Ministry is seeking to evict thousands of farmers in the Alexandria governorate in order to pursue real estate development
After war and donor conferences, humanitarian catastrophe looms in heavily populated strip
ISIS is obsessed with the myth of the Mehdi, and is preparing for his reign, claim AUC professors
During the 2011 revolution almost 45,000 refugees came into Egypt because there was no supervision on the borders
Residents of Al-Arish are caught in the fight between militants and the military
Students say security measures are necessary but criticise enforcement
Besides the beautiful landscape of mountains, wadis and canyons, the traditional Bedouin society is a large part of the beauty of Saint Catherine.
Here are a few ideas to help you relax and a hide away from the crowds
Tourism restrictions, legal dispute keep visitors from discovering mermaid mysteries and underwater secrets
Sleep under the starry heavens and get to know the desert dwellers
Egypt’s Tourism Assistance Fund is looking for annual returns of 25% on investments, or $250m in the first phase of underwriting, according to Amr Askar, investment ...
Installments will be based on each company’s circumstances
Napoli has not won the Italian Super cup title since the 1990/1991 season, with this title win considered the second in the team’s history.
The team reaped its fourth title this year, the first time in its history.
The team’s management spent €57.6m this season to raise the team’s efficiency and meet the demands of Pellegrini, and to maintain the Premier League title and ...
Ali returned to boxing again in 1970 in a match described as the “Match of the Century”, against Joe Frazier where neither of them had lost ...
Portland Trail Blazers continues leading the Western Conference after winning the game against the New Orleans Pelicans, scoring 114 points to 88.